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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 35, No. 4 (205)

    15/7/2001

    Highlight: Pedigree 1 Comments 31-L Eastern Collector UNC 31-L CA Collector #3 AU J W Garrett lot 1425; Maris lot 409 Maris Plate Coin 31-L R August AU 31-L PG AU 31-L R August EF 31-L L Terrell EF J Kierstead 31-L Pacific Northwest VF/EF Rinaldo; Stack's 3/94 lot 332; R Collector Smith; Frontenac lot 150; Boyd; Ryder; Chapman 6/14 lot 249; Parsons 31-L NJHS VF/EF Frederick Canfield 31-L D Wierzba VF+ H Garrett lot 1350 31-L C Schettino VF+ M Wierzba 31-L Unknown VF+ A Pietri; Rinaldo 31-L Ocean NJ Collector VF H Garrett lot 1350; H Resigno lot 1590 31-L G Lyman VF Stack's 1/93 lot 1000 31-L R Moore VF J Long 31-L P Scherff VF B Cornell 31-L R Connell VF 31-L M Wierzba F+ S Hayden 31-L E Kucia F+ D Valenziano 31-L J Lorenzo F+ L Briggs 31-L Northeastern Collector F+ 31-L Unknown F+ Madigan; P

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 35, No. 4 (205)

    15/7/2001

    Highlight: Pedigree 1 Comments 31-L Eastern Collector UNC 31-L CA Collector #3 AU J W Garrett lot 1425; Maris lot 409 Maris Plate Coin 31-L R August AU 31-L PG AU 31-L R August EF 31-L L Terrell EF J Kierstead 31-L Pacific Northwest VF/EF Rinaldo; Stack's 3/94 lot 332; R Collector Smith; Frontenac lot 150; Boyd; Ryder; Chapman 6/14 lot 249; Parsons 31-L NJHS VF/EF Frederick Canfield 31-L D Wierzba VF+ H Garrett lot 1350 31-L C Schettino VF+ M Wierzba 31-L Unknown VF+ A Pietri; Rinaldo 31-L Ocean NJ Collector VF H Garrett lot 1350; H Resigno lot 1590 31-L G Lyman VF Stack's 1/93 lot 1000 31-L R Moore VF J Long 31-L P Scherff VF B Cornell 31-L R Connell VF 31-L M Wierzba F+ S Hayden 31-L E Kucia F+ D Valenziano 31-L J Lorenzo F+ L Briggs 31-L Northeastern Collector F+ 31-L Unknown F+ Madigan; P

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    Public Auction Sale: United States Coins featuring the Robert J. Kissner Collection of U.S. Large Cents with other important consignments

    Highlight: and Maris 31-L (straight handles— Rarity 2). The 31-L shows the distinctive die breaks which eventually shattered the die. Two very nice coins. Good to Very Good. 2 pieces. 97 1786-7 Four of the same varieties that come with the L reverse. Maris 16-L (R.l), 28-L (R.1+)- 30-L (R.3-|-), and 31-L (R.2). The 16-L is 1786, the others 1787. The 30-L is the late state with the die break. The 31-Lot. Good. 4 pieces. 98 1787 Maris 32-T. A common variety, but an excellent, well struck specimen, with knobbed handles. Almost complete dentilation obverse and reverse. Fine to Very Fine. 99 1787 Maris 31-L (Rarity 2, knobbed handles, broken die), and Maris 32-T. Both excellent coins. The first light brown, and the other light and dark brown.

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 35, No. 4 (205)

    15/7/2001

    Highlight: Spink 10/84 lot 943 T Reynolds J Kern Frederick Canfield o/c C Young H Garrett G Smith Maris 31-L; Rarity 2 The Maris 31-L reverts back to the square ended handles. The beam is straight with a slight upward curve at the end. The left ear points to the center of the C. Date is evenly spaced and straight. This die fails with slight cracks that become heavier until its terminal die state where the die is divided into several large sections. Tom Madigan lists six die states. This variety is listed as a rarity 2, but I haven’t noticed it to be more common than eitho' the 28-L or 30-L. B & M, The Norweb Collection, Lot 1339 -235- XXXV / 205

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 28, No. 1(160)

    15/1/1994

    Highlight: announcement 24 die failure on Mans 31-L: Lorenzo 333-335 Mid-Atlantic. 3-27-93. announcement 24 symposium. 1993. report; Williams 4.33 Mid-Atlantic. 3-27-93. report. Masuoka 187 New Jersey Coppers; Griffee New England. 3-1.3-93. announcement 24 Part 7: Maris 1 1 H and 36J 177-179 New England. 3-20-93. report: Spingarn 182-18.3 Part 9: Maris 15U 260-26 1 New England. 9-24-93. report; Boisvert 439-440 Part 10: Maris I8N 330-332 New England. 10-16-93. announcement. Spingarn .348 Part 1 1 : Maris 34v 424-430 New England. 10-16-93. report: Spingarn 439 New Jersey Coppers Report; Griffee 86-92 NY-NJ. 1-30-93. announcement 24 New Variety of "1817" Found: Farrar 455-456 NY-NJ. 3-6-93. report; Williams 185 North American Token (1817?) 455-456 NY-NJ. 9-1 1-93. report; Valcnz.iano 442 Notes on the

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 35, No. 4 (205)

    15/7/2001

    Highlight: Spink 10/84 lot 943 T Reynolds J Kern Frederick Canfield o/c C Young H Garrett G Smith Maris 31-L; Rarity 2 The Maris 31-L reverts back to the square ended handles. The beam is straight with a slight upward curve at the end. The left ear points to the center of the C. Date is evenly spaced and straight. This die fails with slight cracks that become heavier until its terminal die state where the die is divided into several large sections. Tom Madigan lists six die states. This variety is listed as a rarity 2, but I haven’t noticed it to be more common than eitho' the 28-L or 30-L. B & M, The Norweb Collection, Lot 1339 -235- XXXV / 205

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 27, No. 5(158)

    15/9/1993

    Highlight: none is more dramatic than the die failure of Maris 31-Lmarriage of obverse 31 with reverse L eventually fragmenting into quarters. Two contemporary examples are the Parson-Frontenac: 150 and Henry Garrett: 1350 specimens. A new specimen of the variety located by this writer, however, reveals that the die was not fragmented into four pieces, but probably into at least six pieces. The earliest signs of die failure on Maris 31-L can be seen on the Edward Shorthouse specimen. The first die crack starts from the last E through the horse's barrel (Schenkel: 5456, B & M, 1 1/90, and Norweb: 1339). (This die break continuing to 0 in NOVA is

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 28, No. 1(160)

    15/1/1994

    Highlight: announcement 24 die failure on Mans 31-L: Lorenzo 333-335 Mid-Atlantic. 3-27-93. announcement 24 symposium. 1993. report; Williams 4.33 Mid-Atlantic. 3-27-93. report. Masuoka 187 New Jersey Coppers; Griffee New England. 3-1.3-93. announcement 24 Part 7: Maris 1 1 H and 36J 177-179 New England. 3-20-93. report: Spingarn 182-18.3 Part 9: Maris 15U 260-26 1 New England. 9-24-93. report; Boisvert 439-440 Part 10: Maris I8N 330-332 New England. 10-16-93. announcement. Spingarn .348 Part 1 1 : Maris 34v 424-430 New England. 10-16-93. report: Spingarn 439 New Jersey Coppers Report; Griffee 86-92 NY-NJ. 1-30-93. announcement 24 New Variety of "1817" Found: Farrar 455-456 NY-NJ. 3-6-93. report; Williams 185 North American Token (1817?) 455-456 NY-NJ. 9-1 1-93. report; Valcnz.iano 442 Notes on the

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    Public auction sale : the C. W. Stetson and other collections. [12/04/1924]

    Highlight: 31-L, 32-T, 35-J. The latter ext. rare. First 2 VG to F. 1 V. Fair. 3 pcs. ,35 1927 ii 1787. M. 32-T, 43-D (2), 46-C, 46-E. G. to F. -4 pcs. J . 1928 1787. M. 43-D, 48-Q, 50-F, 52-1, 53-J. Good lot, includes one head to left (Rare). 5 pcs. 1/fO 1929 1787. M. 4S-G, 54-K (serpent head); 56-N. Fine and very fine, nice lot. Scarce. 3 pcs. .4S 1930 " 1787. M. 31-L, 56-N, 63-Q. G. to F. 3 pcs. M. 63-Q. Broad flan. Ex. F. glossy brown.

    Auction catalog from American Numismatic Society library.

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    Catalogue of the collection of colonial and continental notes formed by the late Alexander Balmanno ... [10/30/1903]

    Highlight: 31-L (broken die). Poor, fair and good. Knobs to plow-handles. 29-L. Light olive ; good. Low plow, also medium and high ones. 31-L (perfect die), 33-U, 34-J. V. fair and v. good. Another var. of knobbed handles. 32-T. V. good ; light olive. Long, high plow, with sprigs above it; also 2 var. of short plow. 35-J, 37-f, 37 — J, 37 ~ y > 38-a. Barely fair to good. Smallest head and small plow, with 3 revs. 38-c, 38-Y, 38-Z. Good and very good.

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    The June 2013 Baltimore Auction, United States Coinage

    Highlight: Maris 31-Lrity-2, Outlined Shield, VF-25, even golden brown with moderate granularity and good detail; and Maris 33-U, W-51 1 0, Rarity-4, Outlined Shield, Fine-15, sharper, but significant roughness on dark golden brown surfaces. From the Ted L. Craige Collection. 138 Lot of (4) 1787 New Jersey Coppers. Included are: Maris 28-L, W-5065, Rarity-3, Outlined Shield, VF-25, even granu- lar brown; Maris 31-L, W-5095, Rarity-2, Outlined Shield, VF- 20, glossy medium brown with pastel highlights, some re- verse fissures, several old obverse scratches; Maris 33-U, W-51 10, Rarity-4, Outlined Shield, Fine-15, light to medium brown with scattered roughness and some old pin scratch- es at centers; and Maris 44-d, W-5235. Rarity-4, Outlined Shield, Sleigh Runner, Good-6, sharper, but

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    The Philadelphia Americana Sale: Part Two

    Highlight: Maris 31-L, W-5095. Rarity-2. Fine-12. Brassy golden brown with some olive highlights. Probably long ago, long since retoned. Faint micro granularity present. Late die state, heavy crack now across plough, another to the back of the horse's mane, another between EA. 2289 1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 31-L, W-5095. Rarity-2. VG-10. Medium chestnut brown with uniform micro granularity on both sides. Obverse digs at the horse's head, some other roughness above the shield on the reverse. Middle die state, cud forming at second 7 in date, crack from rim between handles and N to back of horse's mane. 2290 1787 New Jersey copper. Maris 33-U, W-5110. Rarity-4. VF-30. Dark chocolate brown surfaces with lighter high points, glossy in overall appearance but with some faint granularity in places when

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    The January 2012 Americana Sale

    Highlight: Maris 31-L, W-5095. Rarity-3. Outlined Shield. VG-10. 154.9 grains. Collected for its very late and broken die state and not for its surface quality, this dark brown specimen exhibits some corrosion deposits around the peripheries of both sides. Though some of the cracks are hard to see, this example of 31-L may rival the lat- est and most cracked die state that exists. PCGS# 503. From Collection SLT. Purchased privately at the October 1986 Long Beach Convention, said ex "Pocono Floard. " Bid online at www.stacksbowers.com Page 241

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    CATALOGUE OF THE MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION OF AMERICAN COLONIAL COINS, HISTORICAL AND NATIONAL MEDALS, UNITED STATES COINS, U. S. FRACTIONAL CURRENCY, CANADIAN COINS AND MEDALS, ETC., FORMED BY THE LATE HON. GEORGE M. PARSONS, COLUMBUS, OHIO.

    Highlight: 1787 31-l. Very good. 1787 31-l. Die broken across obverse, a circumstance which probably accounts for its scarcity. Good. 1787 32-t. Very fine. Brown color. 1787 33-u, rarity 1. Very good. . .9'- 244 ^ 245 /J6 246 . ^247 , 57) 248 r

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    The Asylum, April-June 2012

    1/4/2012

    Highlight: " 1 25 535 ti 30-L Pine 3 00 596 rt 31-L. V.fine, dark. 5 00 H 33-U. V.fine 4 00 599 II 34-J. Die break cn obv. V.good 2 50 600 If 34— J. Severe die break on obv. Poor j. 50 601 n M-34-V. V.rare. ^.sood t » 7 25 00 602 11 35-J. Good N. r ,(■ U • 37- J Good f* 0 • • 3 CO 603 11 3 00 604 11 37-F V.good 5 00 ST ' n 38-Y n " 3 00 60 0 it 38-Z " " 2 00 607 1786 Electrotype 01 ' the exces- sively rare S-P. Good 1 00 60S 1797 38-A. V.rare. Good 20 00 609 11 3-3. " » Pine 15 00 610 n 30-C. Probably the finest knoOTi. Pv. rare. V.fine 125 00 611 it 39— A. V. fins 4 00 612 11 40-B. Struck over a C-nr. Cent. )Pamel?3 specimen) rare. V.g’tod 2C 00 51? 11 41-C. Date v=~ nark. ~r. rare. Good 20 00 514 IT 42-C. Hare. Good 3 CO 515 n 43- Y. Pare. Abt. v. aood 7 50 516 11 43-D. V.fine 2 30 517 11 44-D. Fai

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    The C4 Newsletter, Summer 2000

    1/6/2000

    Highlight: 31-L, 34-J, 34-v, 35-J, 35-w, 38-c, 42-c, 42’/ 2 -c, 45-d, 49-f, 50-f, 55-m, 56-n, 57-n, 58-n, 59-o, 66-v, 71-y, 73-aa (2), and a Running Fox colonial cufflink. E-mail Groups Started By Robert Merchant A C4 e-mail group has been started at www.egroups.com . This e- mail group will allow all C4 members who have e-mail accounts to communicate online. The e-mail address is " colonial coins@egr o ups.com" . To register and join, simply navigate to the following page: http://www.egroups.com/subscribe/colonial-coins . You will have to register and then subscribe — it's easy. Some of the features that are available at egroups.com are: - egroups com supports attachments (such as images) with e-mail messages. 11

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 44

    1/7/1975

    Highlight: 31-L 2 MS 60 in Anton collection. 32-T 1 A 50 specimen in Anton collection, MS 60 in Pennsylvania collectiori. 33-U 4 Rare in high grades, A 55 specimen in Anton collection. 34-J 2 Different die states exist with die damage at date. Known struck over Connecticuts and Nova Eborac, 34-V 6 Reverse shield almost always weakly struck. A 55 specimen in Anton collection; also 34-V struck over 35-J. Known struck over Connecticuts, Another over 35-J at ANS. 35-J Low 7 JHU, NJHS, ANS, Anton collection (3) one struck over 35-W, Montclair collection, Plainfield collection, N.H., L.I., others. 35-W 8 NJHS has finest ex, Maris plate coin. Long Island collection, Anton collection. Known struck over Connecticuts, 36-J 7 JHU, NJHS, Anton collection (2), F.C.C.Boyd Estate, others, A Very Good specimen in

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    The Colonial Newsletter, Index (1960-2016)

    27/1/2016

    Highlight: Plate VII: 1787 (Maris 31-L to 34-J) 3930 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate VIII: 1 787 (Maris 34-J to 38-Y) 3977 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate IX: 1 787 (Maris 38-Y to 38-c) 4018 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate X: 1 787 (Maris 43-d to 45-e) 4096 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate XII: 1 787 (Maris 45-e to 48-g) 4232 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate XIII: 1 787 (Maris 48-g to 54-k) 4272 Real Forgotten Coins of North America: Islamic Gold, Silver, and Copper from the Eastern Trade 4071 Saint Patrick Coinage: A New Chronological Proposal 3789 Vermont Coppers in the

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    The Colonial Newsletter, Index (1960-2016)

    27/1/2016

    Highlight: Plate VII: 1787 (Maris 31-L to 34-J) 3930 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate VIII: 1 787 (Maris 34-J to 38-Y) 3977 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate IX: 1 787 (Maris 38-Y to 38-c) 4018 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate XI: 1 787 (Maris 43-d to 45-e) 4096 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate XIII: 1 787 (Maris 48-g to 54-k) 4272 New Jersey No Coulter Die Families 1416 New Jersey Story (The); From My Point of View 1578 “Oh, What Tangled Webs We Mortals Weave...” The Story of the N.J. Head Left Coppers (TN-1 55) 1396 Original Mint of the New Jersey Coppers 225 Overstrikes Rahway, Machin’s Mills, Elizabethtown Mint and

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 30, No. 1 (172)

    15/1/1996

    Highlight: 24-R 5 UNC(EC-KING)-UNC(R.AUGUST)-XF(JWG)-1 1 VF/VF+'s 25-S 5+ XF-VF-i-VF-r-VF-F-F 26-d 8 VF(MULTI-STRIKE)-VG/F(HOLE) 26-S 5 XF-VF-i-VF-i-VF-VF-VF 27-j 6+ VF+(0)-VF(WC)-VF(T)-F(ANS)-F(JPL)-F(D.BULLOWA): SEE NOTES 16&21 27-S 5 AU-XF-XF-VF(DENT)-F-F 28-L 3 UNC-XF-t-(T-SFPL90)-XF-XF-XF-XF 28-S 5 UNC-XF-r-XF-VF-VF-F 29-L 4 AU-VF-t-VF-F-i-F-F-F 29 1/2-L 9 ?(ONE KNOWN) 30-L 3 UNC-AU-VF-i-VF-VF-VF 31-L . 2 UNC-AU-AU-XF-XF-XF 32-T i 1 UNC-AU-AU-XF-XF-XF 4+ AU+-XF-i-(JWG)-XF(JWG)-XF(FRONTENAC: 1 53 )-VF-h-VF-h 3 AU-VF-VF-VF-VF-VF-VF 34-V 6 AU(EC)-XF(PICKER-EC)-XF(R.AUGUST)-XF(F.McGRATH)-VF(WC)-VF-VF 35-J 6 XF(EC)-VF(EC)-VF(NJ COLL)-VF(S)-F+(R.AUGUST)-F(FRONTENAC)-3F's 35-W 7+ XF(NJHS)-VF/F(EC)-F-VG/F(WC)-VG(MARYLAND COLLECTOR) 36-J i 7- UNC(EC)-VF-VF(WC)-F+(EC)-3Fs 37-J j 5 XF-XF-VF-VF-VF-VF

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 35, No. 4 (205)

    15/7/2001

    Highlight: and 31-L Ray Williams Right along with Maris reverse “J”, the L reverse was also one of the well-made and long lasting workhorse dies for the Rahway Mint. Through the L’s pairing with obverses 18 and 28, the L family has the S and J families as in-laws. With the exception of the 29 'A -L, the remaining four varieties weTl be discussing can be obtained (with some effort) in F to VF condition. Most collectors, who have 20 or more different varieties, own at least one of these coins. Before discussing the 28-L, I’d like to take a moment to say that I was rejuvenated last week when a friend (not a colonial collector) asked me to identify a NJ copper. I would grade it a porous VG and it is the 5* known 24-M. Great find Tom! The coins are still out there - don’t give up looking and asking. . .

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 35, No. 6 (207)

    15/11/2001

    Highlight: 2001 issue reference was made with my name as having sold a Maris 31-L New Jersey as "P." Feuer. (page 236). It is Ron Feuer, EAC member #3745 since 1991, and not "P." Thank you kindly for straightening out these mistakes... * * BOB AYERS writes, A quick note to say that I immensely enjoyed reading you "Collecting in the Zone" editorial in the September P-W. Thanks! * * * GREG & LISA HEIM write, Your editorial which appeared in the September P-W was one of the best pieces we have ever read. The two of us have made some serious decisions about our numismatic future recently, many of which were within the line of thinking of your letter. We feel that other EAC'ers would benefit greatly from the advice given in this piece. * * CHUCK HECK writes, Your opening comments in the last two P-W 's

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 36, No. 1 (208)

    15/1/2002

    Highlight: 31-L Part 54: Maris 32-T, 33-U, 34-J, 35-W & 37-J New Study of the Edge Lump on 1825 Haif Cents Newman, Tom. letter to Internet Noel. Franklin “The Portland Penny " exhibitor letter to Internet Note of Thanks; Bland Note of Thanks; Forster Note of Thanks; Roeiofs 15-18 102-109 171-175 232-236 285-290 32-37 351 145-155 186 265 53-55 58-59 203 Noyes, Bill “State of the Union, Uhht Copper Message" 251-255 response on Internet 351 response, Anderson 346-347 response; Eckberg 385-387 response; Ward 336-338 Noyes photo project /DVD presentation at West Coast meeting 195. 381 NumiStudy CD. Joining Technology and Coins comments on Internet review; Demeo obituaries and death notices Chris Schwerdt Herb Silberman; Smith officers directory 2, 76, 140, 226, 274, 364 Original Mintages of the Classic

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    C.H. Morton Invoices from B.G. Johnson, February 12, 1945, to December 27, 1945

    /1945

    Highlight: V.gpod holed H H " H Good 1787 Mari 8 31-L. Cent. Fine 1 1787 New York Cent. Liberty seated to left . V.fair NOVA COHSTELLATIO \ 1783 Cent. V.fine with defective planchet on edge 2 1785 Cent. La-ge letters. V.fair 1722 Rosa Americana. 2 pence. Foor VERMC !NT 1785 Cent. Foor 1786 Mountain range. Fair 50 75 00 25 75 50 75. $ /O' 9 * t X

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    C.H. Morton Invoices from B.G. Johnson, February 12, 1945, to December 27, 1945

    /1945

    Highlight: good holed 25 II " 11 " Sood 75 1787 Laris 31-L. Cent. Fine 1 50 1787 New York Cent. Liberty seated to left . V.fair 75 NOVA CO'.rSTZLLlTIO 1 / 5 O Cent. V. fine rith defective planchet on 6 3 00 1735 Cent. La-ge letters. V.fair 40 1723 Hosn Americana. 2 pence. Poor twU 1 VEPSvICITT 1785 Cent. Foor 05 •J V 1736 Mountain range. Fair : 40 ff/o *6

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 26, No. 3(150)

    15/5/1992

    Highlight: 12-G 5 UNC-XF-XF-XF-XF-VF 27-j 7 XF-XF-VF-VF-VF-VF 12-1 6 VF-i-VF-F-F-F-F 27-S 5 AU-XF-XF-F 13-J 6 AU-AU-XF-VF-VF-VF 28-L 3 UNC-XF+-XF-XF-XF-VF-h 14-J 1 UNC-UNC-AU-AU-XF-XF 28-S 5 UNC-XF+-XF-VF-VF-F 15-J 2 UNC-XF-XF-VF-VF-VF 29-L 4 AU-VF+-VF-F-H-F-F-F 15-L 2 UNC-AU-AU-XF-VF-VF 291/2-L 9 ?(ONE KNOWN) 15-T 4 UNC-AU-AU-AU-XF-XF 30-L 3 UNC-AU-VF-t-VF-VF-VF 15-U 6 XF-VF+-VF-VF-F-F 31-L 2 UNC-UNC-AU-AU-XF-XF 16-d 7 + VF(OTHERS LOWER) 32-T 1 UNC-AU-XF-XF-XF-XF 16-J 6 XF-VF-VF-VF-F-*- 33-U 4 + AU-XF-hXF-VF-)--VF+-VF 16-L 1 4-UNC-2AU 34-J 4 AU-VF-VF-VF-VF-VF-VF 16-S 9 F 34-V 6- VF-VF-F-F-F-F/VG 17-J 3 5-VF-F 35-J 6 XF-VF-VF-VF-F-F 17-K 4 XF-XF-XF-XF-XF-VF 35-W 8 XF-VF/F-F/VG 17-b 4 AU-AU-AU-XF-XF-XF 36-J 7- XF-VF-F-G-? 18-J 6 2-AU-4VF 37-J 5 VF-VF-VF/F-F-F/VG 18-L 9 VG 37-X 7

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 24, No. 1(136)

    15/1/1990

    Highlight: B-905b H 31-L B-906a 4 32-T B-905c 4 33-U B-B98b 4 34-J B-928 4 34-v B-929 4 35-J B-930 4 35-N B-931 4 36-J B-927 4 37-J B-920a 4 37-K B-921 4 37-Y B-920b 4 37 -f B-919 4 38-Y B-910b 4 38-Z ........ B-910c 4 38-a ........ B-910e 4 38-b B-926 4 38-c B-913 4 39-a B-910e 4 40-b B-929b 4 41-c B-911 4 42-c B-912 4 43-Y ........ B-906f 4 43 -d B-906e 4 44-c B-907 4 44 -d B-906d 4 45-d ........ B-906b 4 45 -e B-906c 4 46-e B-909 4 47 -e B-910P 4 47. 5e 4 48— f B-918 4 48-g 4 4B-X B-922 4 49-f 4 50-< 4 51-g 4 52-i B-89Ba 4 53- j B-908 4 54- k 4 55-1 4 55-1 4 56-n 4 57-n 4 58-n 4 59-o 4 60-p 4 6 1-p B-938b 4 62-r B-942 4 62-q 4 63-q B-943a 4 63-r 4 63-s 4 64-t 4 64-u 4 64.5-r 4 65-u 4 66-u B-947 4 66 -v 4 67-v 4 6B-w 4 69-h B-954 4 70-x 4 71-y 4 12-1 4 73-aa B-936 4 74-bb 4 75-bb B-952 4 76-cc B-95

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 24, No. 1(136)

    15/1/1990

    Highlight: O-QQdr M 1 1 -G B-906a M 31-L B-934 M ll-i D-QQAH m 12-6 B-9Q6b M 45-d B-935 M 73-aa B-835 M 10-G B-906c M 45-e B-B8ia M 11-H B-906d H 44-d MORRISTOWN MINT D-DQth m lt-hh B-906e M 43-d B-936 D_OQAr N 12-1 B-906-f M 43-Y B-937 0-QQ7 3 B-907 H 44-c B-938a D-DQ7K M 10-h B-908 H 53- j B-93Bb R-PQ7r m 22-P B-909 M 46-e B-939 M 59-o D-PPPa M 23-P B-910a M 38-L B-940a D-QQRH m 23-R B-9i0b M 38-Y B-940b R-RRRr m 23.5-R B-9i0c M 38-Z B-941 R.PPPrl m 24-P B-9i0d H 38-a B-942 R.RPfla m 24-Q B-9l0e M 39-a B-943a R.RPQl M 24-R B-910P M 47-e B-943b R-RRQ M 71 5-R B-910g M 47.5-e B-944 H 63-r R-RQfla m 24-M B-910h M 68-h B-945 R-RQfth M 19-H B-9H M 41-c B-946 R-RQftr M 20-N B-912 H 42-c B-947 R-RQ1 a M 18-M B-913 M 38-c B-94B B-B91b M 1B-N B-949 B-892a M 1B-J UNCERTAIN PRIVATE MINT B-B92b M 1B-L B-914 M

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 27, No. 6(159)

    15/11/1993

    Highlight: (7 KNOWN) 24-R 6 XF+(NJHS)-VF-VF-VF-F-F 25-S 6 XF-VF+-VF-1-VF-F-F 26-d 8 VF(MULTI-STRIKE)-VG/F(HOLE) 26-S 5 XF-VF+-VF+-VF-VF-VF 27-j 7- XF-XF-4VF(9 KNOWN) 27-S 5+ AU-XF-XF-VF(DENT)-F-F 28-L 3 UNC-XF+-XF-XF-XF-VF+ 28-S 5 UNC-XF+-XF-VF-VF-F 29-L 4 AU-VF+-VF-F+-F-F-F 29 1/2-L 9 ?(ONE KNOWN) 30-L 3 UNC-AU-VF+-VF-VF-VF 31-L 2 UNC-UNC-AU-AU-XF-XF 32-T 1 UNC-AU-AU-XF-XF-XF 33-U 4+ AU+-XF+(JWG)-XF(JWG)-XF(FRONTENAC:153)-VF+-VF+ 34-J 4 AU-VF-VF-VF-VF-VF-VF 34-V 6- VF-VF-F-F-F-F/VG 35-J 6 XF(EC)-VF(EC)-VF(NJ COLLECTOR)-VF(S)-F+(FRONTENAC)-F(NJ COLLECTOR) 35-W 8 XF(NJHS)-VF/F(EC)-F/VG(NOTED WESTERN COLLECTION) 36-J 7- UNC-(EC)-VF-VF(NOTED WESTERN COLLECTION)-F/VF(EC)-F-F 37-J 5 VF-VF-VF/F-F-F/VG -435- XXVII / 159

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 32, No. 1(184)

    15/1/1998

    Highlight: 4 AU-VF+-VF-F+-F-F-F 29 1/2-L 9 ?(0NE KNOWN) 30-L 3 UNC-AU-VF+-VF-VF-VF 31-L 2 UNC-AU-AU-XF-XF-XF 32-1 1 UNC-AU-AU-XF-XF-XF 3 3-D 4+ AU+-XF+(JWG)-XF(FRONTENAC-JPL)-XF(JWG)-XF(D.WIERZBA)-VF+ 34-J 3 AU-VF-VF-VF-VF-VF-VF 34-V 6 AU(EC)-XF(P-EC)-XF(R.AUGUST)-VF+(McGRATH)-VF(SCHERFF)-VF(M.WlERZBA) 35-J 6 XF(EC)-VF(EC)-VF(SUMMIT)-VF(NJ COLL)-VF(S)-F+(R.AUGUST)-F+(WIERZBA) 35-W 7+ XF(NJHS)-VF/F(EC)-F(H.GARRETT-SUMMIT)-F(WC)-VG(MARYLAND): SEE NOTE 7 36-J 7- UNC(EC)-VF(CRAIG ESTATE)-VF(WC)-F+(AUGUST-EC-SUMMIT)-F(NY COLL)-F(EC) 6-/5+ XF-XF-VF-VF-VF-VF - 13- XXXll / 184

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    Inventory Waldo Newcomer American Colonial Collection

    /1940

    Highlight: 1.50 Maris 31-L. Uncirculated. 15.00 Maris 33 -W. Fine. 2.50 Maris 34-J. Fine. 2.50 Maris 37-F. Ex. fine. 5.00 Maris 38-Y. Rare. Very good. 1.50 Maris 38-Z. Very good 5.00 Maris 38c. Fine 3.00 Maris 39-fl. Fine. .2.00 Maris 40-B. Very good. 3.00 Maris 42-C. Very good. 7.50 Maris 43-D. Very fine. 5.00 3.50

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    Walter Breen Manuscript on New Jersey Coppers

    /1958

    Highlight: 31-L TlifeF per?.? C. Vi*- Obve rse 33. Beam begins straight, but its right end is bent up—about one third of its total length. No knobs. Coulter very vreak, its lovrer end (vrhen it can be made out) almost touching both share and end of crossbar of singletree. Date widely and evenly spaced, legend vety close to border, some of the letters almost touching denticles. Reverse 0. Die break variations . Usually perfect. A number of specimens shdfrJ' obverse die badly shattered, the heaviest breaks going from horse to N, C, E and share. R-2 . Basal value A single 60-coin is reported; it is Miller 1758, perfect die, but it had not been located by this writing. Hiis variety is decidedly rare in the higher grades. Perhaps six are known above VF-20. r CONDITION CENSUS, 60-25. IS^- No. ^ represents

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    A Historic Sketch of the Coins of New Jersey

    /1881

    Highlight: 31-L. Common. No. 32.— Small balls to the handles ; end of the beam not near the legend. The horse’s ears are further apart than in any other of this group, and they are nearer to A in Nova. Rev. T.— Resembles L, but the last U in Pluribus is too high in this. The en- closing, or outer line of the shield is noticeably prominent. No. 15-T. Rather scarce. No. 32-T. Very common. No. 33.— 1787. Straight beam ; short handles without balls. Legend not near either end of the plow. Rev. U.— Bears a close resemblance to L, from which it is distinguished by the greater distance in this, of the sinister chief point from U in Unum. No. 15-U. I am owner of the only specimen of this combination I have yet seen. No. 33-TJ. Quite scarce. Both dies were badly broken. No. 34. —1787. A curved beam with

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    A Historic Sketch of the Coins of New Jersey

    /1881

    Highlight: R* tt 31-L. C tt 57-n. R 5 tt 10— li. R° tt 32-T. C tt 58-n . R' u 11-G. IT tt 33— "Li . R 1 tt 59-o. R- u 11 -II. R ! it 34- J. C tt 60-p. R u m-c. R" tt 34-Y. R 5 it 61-p. R- tt 12-G. R’ tt 35- J. R s tt 62-q. C tt 12-1. R- tt 35- W. R" tt 63— q . c tt 13-.J. R' ti 36- J. R° ti 63-r. R : tt 14-.T. C tt 37- J. R tt 63-s. C tt 15-J. C 37-X. R 5 ti 64-t. c a 15-L. c tt 37-Y. R “ 64-u. R- tt 15-T. R tt 37-f. R tt 65- u. C tt 15--U. R* tt 38-Y. R tt 66-u. R' ; it 16-J . R 4 tt 38-Z. R tt 66- v. R i i 16-L. C tt 38-a. C tt 67- v. C i i 17-J. R tt 38-b. R 5 tt 68~w. R 4 tt 17-K. R tt 38-c. C “ 69~w. ll' 1 it 17-b. C tt 39-a. C “ 70-x. R' : it 18- J. R 5 tt 40-b. R 4 tt 7 i-y- PC ti 18-L. IV tt 41-c. R e U 72-z. R 4 tt 18-M. C tt 42~c. R 3 tt 73-aa. R’ ti 18-N. R' tt 43- Y. R 4 tt 74-bb. R 4 it

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    The Colonial Newsletter (Index, #1 - #162)

    17/11/2016

    Highlight: Plate VII: 1787 (Maris 31-L to 34-J) 3930 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate VIII: 1 787 (Maris 34-J to 38-Y) 3977 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate IX: 1 787 (Maris 38-Y to 38-c) 4018 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate X: 1 787 (Maris 43-d to 45-e) 4096 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate XII: 1 787 (Maris 45-e to 48-g) 4232 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate XIII: 1 787 (Maris 48-g to 54-k) 4272 Real Forgotten Coins of North America: Islamic Gold, Silver, and Copper from the Eastern Trade 4071 Saint Patrick Coinage: A New Chronological Proposal 3789 Vermont Coppers in the

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    The Asylum, April-June 2012

    1/4/2012

    Highlight: " 1 25 535 ti 30-L Pine 3 00 596 rt 31-L. V.fine, dark. 5 00 H 33-U. V.fine 4 00 599 II 34-J. Die break cn obv. V.good 2 50 600 If 34— J. Severe die break on obv. Poor j. 50 601 n M-34-V. V.rare. ^.sood t » 7 25 00 602 11 35-J. Good N. r ,(■ U • 37- J Good f* 0 • • 3 CO 603 11 3 00 604 11 37-F V.good 5 00 ST ' n 38-Y n " 3 00 60 0 it 38-Z " " 2 00 607 1786 Electrotype 01 ' the exces- sively rare S-P. Good 1 00 60S 1797 38-A. V.rare. Good 20 00 609 11 3-3. " » Pine 15 00 610 n 30-C. Probably the finest knoOTi. Pv. rare. V.fine 125 00 611 it 39— A. V. fins 4 00 612 11 40-B. Struck over a C-nr. Cent. )Pamel?3 specimen) rare. V.g’tod 2C 00 51? 11 41-C. Date v=~ nark. ~r. rare. Good 20 00 514 IT 42-C. Hare. Good 3 CO 515 n 43- Y. Pare. Abt. v. aood 7 50 516 11 43-D. V.fine 2 30 517 11 44-D. Fai

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    The C4 Newsletter, Summer 2000

    1/6/2000

    Highlight: 31-L, 34-J, 34-v, 35-J, 35-w, 38-c, 42-c, 42’/ 2 -c, 45-d, 49-f, 50-f, 55-m, 56-n, 57-n, 58-n, 59-o, 66-v, 71-y, 73-aa (2), and a Running Fox colonial cufflink. E-mail Groups Started By Robert Merchant A C4 e-mail group has been started at www.egroups.com . This e- mail group will allow all C4 members who have e-mail accounts to communicate online. The e-mail address is " colonial coins@egr o ups.com" . To register and join, simply navigate to the following page: http://www.egroups.com/subscribe/colonial-coins . You will have to register and then subscribe — it's easy. Some of the features that are available at egroups.com are: - egroups com supports attachments (such as images) with e-mail messages. 11

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    American Journal of Numismatics (Second Series), Vols. 7-8

    1/1/1995

    Highlight: 31-L (two examples), 38-Z, and 73-aa. Two of them (17-K and 38-Z) have the provenance “ex excavations at Williamsburg, Virginia, and there was one Rosa Americana in the hoard of coins accumulated by the miser Aaron White of Connecticut, which was put together around the time of the Civil War. No Rosa Americanas were reported among the coins of the Philadelphia highway find, but there were three Wood’s Hibernia halfpence of 1723. “Huge Boulder Marks Historic Plot,” in The Montclair Times (July 22, 1922). p. 1, cols. 1-2. Digitized by Google Original from INDIANA UNIVERSITY

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    American Journal of Numismatics (Second Series), Vols. 7-8

    1/1/1995

    Highlight: Maris 31-L, Breen 906 Lovely green patina; some reddish brown spots. Heavy obverse die breaks. ^ Eric P. Newman, “American Circulation of English and Bungtown Halfpence,” in Eric P. Newman and Richard G. Doty, Studies on Money in Early America (New York, 1976), pp. 145-46. ^ I have used Breen's Encyclopedia as a guide to the various New Jersey mints and have also looked at the catalogue descriptions by Michael Hodder in the Bowers and Merena auction of Henry Garrett’s collection of New Jersey coppers. Digitized by V Google Original from INDIANA UNIVERSiry

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    American Journal of Numismatics (Second Series), Vols. 7-8

    1/1/1995

    Highlight: Maris 31-L, Breen 906 The coin has been cleaned, but traces of the patina remain. Heavy obverse die breaks. 38. 1945.42.699, 1787, 10.930 g, Maris 38-Z, Breen 910 Dark green patina. Small planchet clip at 11.50 on the obverse. (Ogden and Rindell, Elizabeth Town)^’ 39. 1945.42.760, 1787, 5.738 g, Maris 73-aa, Breen 935 Many areas of reddish brown spots; double struck off center. The undertype is a counterfeit George III Irish halfpenny; the Irish under- type may be distinguished by the vertically combed hair of George III. The three visible letters correspond somewhat to a 1782 Irish counter- feit halfpenny in the ANS collection, but not enough of the undertype is visible to make a definite identification by dies. This is Walter Breen’s attribution. In the Bowers and Merena auction of the

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 44

    1/7/1975

    Highlight: 31-L 2 MS 60 in Anton collection. 32-T 1 A 50 specimen in Anton collection, MS 60 in Pennsylvania collectiori. 33-U 4 Rare in high grades, A 55 specimen in Anton collection. 34-J 2 Different die states exist with die damage at date. Known struck over Connecticuts and Nova Eborac, 34-V 6 Reverse shield almost always weakly struck. A 55 specimen in Anton collection; also 34-V struck over 35-J. Known struck over Connecticuts, Another over 35-J at ANS. 35-J Low 7 JHU, NJHS, ANS, Anton collection (3) one struck over 35-W, Montclair collection, Plainfield collection, N.H., L.I., others. 35-W 8 NJHS has finest ex, Maris plate coin. Long Island collection, Anton collection. Known struck over Connecticuts, 36-J 7 JHU, NJHS, Anton collection (2), F.C.C.Boyd Estate, others, A Very Good specimen in

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 149

    1/8/2012

    Highlight: and New Jersey coppers (Maris 31-L to 34-J). The penultimate plate of Mas- sachusetts coppers features various forger- ies and replicas of cents and half cents that

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    The Colonial Newsletter, no. 149

    1/8/2012

    Highlight: August 2012 THE COLONIAL NEWSLETTER Sequential page 3930 NEW JERSEY COPPERS IN THE COLLECTION OF THE AMERICAN NUMISMATIC SOCIETY Plate VII: 1787 (Maris 31-L to 34-J) by Oliver D. Hoover; Burlington, Ontario^ Introduction The partnership of Walter Mould, Thomas Goadsby, and Albion Cox received a two-year contract to produce three million copper coins for the state of New Jersey on June 1 , 1786. Their coins carried the obverse type of a horse head and plow derived from the state seal and an Ameri- can shield on the reverse. The legends give the Latin name of the state (NOVA C/ESAREA) and present the national motto of the United States (E PLURIBUS UNUM) for the first time on any coin. By the Fall of 1786 the partners had fallen into disagreement and divided the coinage quota between a mint

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    The Colonial Newsletter, Index (1960-2016)

    27/1/2016

    Highlight: Plate VII: 1787 (Maris 31-L to 34-J) 3930 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate VIII: 1 787 (Maris 34-J to 38-Y) 3977 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate IX: 1 787 (Maris 38-Y to 38-c) 4018 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate X: 1 787 (Maris 43-d to 45-e) 4096 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate XII: 1 787 (Maris 45-e to 48-g) 4232 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate XIII: 1 787 (Maris 48-g to 54-k) 4272 Real Forgotten Coins of North America: Islamic Gold, Silver, and Copper from the Eastern Trade 4071 Saint Patrick Coinage: A New Chronological Proposal 3789 Vermont Coppers in the

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    The Colonial Newsletter, Index (1960-2016)

    27/1/2016

    Highlight: Plate VII: 1787 (Maris 31-L to 34-J) 3930 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate VIII: 1 787 (Maris 34-J to 38-Y) 3977 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate IX: 1 787 (Maris 38-Y to 38-c) 4018 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate XI: 1 787 (Maris 43-d to 45-e) 4096 New Jersey Coppers in the Collection of the American Numismatic Society. Plate XIII: 1 787 (Maris 48-g to 54-k) 4272 New Jersey No Coulter Die Families 1416 New Jersey Story (The); From My Point of View 1578 “Oh, What Tangled Webs We Mortals Weave...” The Story of the N.J. Head Left Coppers (TN-1 55) 1396 Original Mint of the New Jersey Coppers 225 Overstrikes Rahway, Machin’s Mills, Elizabethtown Mint and

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 30, No. 1 (172)

    15/1/1996

    Highlight: 24-R 5 UNC(EC-KING)-UNC(R.AUGUST)-XF(JWG)-1 1 VF/VF+'s 25-S 5+ XF-VF-i-VF-r-VF-F-F 26-d 8 VF(MULTI-STRIKE)-VG/F(HOLE) 26-S 5 XF-VF-i-VF-i-VF-VF-VF 27-j 6+ VF+(0)-VF(WC)-VF(T)-F(ANS)-F(JPL)-F(D.BULLOWA): SEE NOTES 16&21 27-S 5 AU-XF-XF-VF(DENT)-F-F 28-L 3 UNC-XF-t-(T-SFPL90)-XF-XF-XF-XF 28-S 5 UNC-XF-r-XF-VF-VF-F 29-L 4 AU-VF-t-VF-F-i-F-F-F 29 1/2-L 9 ?(ONE KNOWN) 30-L 3 UNC-AU-VF-i-VF-VF-VF 31-L . 2 UNC-AU-AU-XF-XF-XF 32-T i 1 UNC-AU-AU-XF-XF-XF 4+ AU+-XF-i-(JWG)-XF(JWG)-XF(FRONTENAC: 1 53 )-VF-h-VF-h 3 AU-VF-VF-VF-VF-VF-VF 34-V 6 AU(EC)-XF(PICKER-EC)-XF(R.AUGUST)-XF(F.McGRATH)-VF(WC)-VF-VF 35-J 6 XF(EC)-VF(EC)-VF(NJ COLL)-VF(S)-F+(R.AUGUST)-F(FRONTENAC)-3F's 35-W 7+ XF(NJHS)-VF/F(EC)-F-VG/F(WC)-VG(MARYLAND COLLECTOR) 36-J i 7- UNC(EC)-VF-VF(WC)-F+(EC)-3Fs 37-J j 5 XF-XF-VF-VF-VF-VF

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 35, No. 3 (204)

    15/5/2001

    Highlight: 30-L and 31-L. If you own any of these varieties, or have any stories about them, please contact me. Happy Hunting, Ray Williams 924 Norway Ave, Trenton, NJ 08629 609-587-5929 raydianewilliams@juno.com ************* PARMELEE, PLATE 2 -175- XXXV / 204

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 35, No. 4 (205)

    15/7/2001

    Highlight: and 31-L Ray Williams Right along with Maris reverse “J”, the L reverse was also one of the well-made and long lasting workhorse dies for the Rahway Mint. Through the L’s pairing with obverses 18 and 28, the L family has the S and J families as in-laws. With the exception of the 29 'A -L, the remaining four varieties weTl be discussing can be obtained (with some effort) in F to VF condition. Most collectors, who have 20 or more different varieties, own at least one of these coins. Before discussing the 28-L, I’d like to take a moment to say that I was rejuvenated last week when a friend (not a colonial collector) asked me to identify a NJ copper. I would grade it a porous VG and it is the 5* known 24-M. Great find Tom! The coins are still out there - don’t give up looking and asking. . .

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 35, No. 6 (207)

    15/11/2001

    Highlight: 2001 issue reference was made with my name as having sold a Maris 31-L New Jersey as "P." Feuer. (page 236). It is Ron Feuer, EAC member #3745 since 1991, and not "P." Thank you kindly for straightening out these mistakes... * * BOB AYERS writes, A quick note to say that I immensely enjoyed reading you "Collecting in the Zone" editorial in the September P-W. Thanks! * * * GREG & LISA HEIM write, Your editorial which appeared in the September P-W was one of the best pieces we have ever read. The two of us have made some serious decisions about our numismatic future recently, many of which were within the line of thinking of your letter. We feel that other EAC'ers would benefit greatly from the advice given in this piece. * * CHUCK HECK writes, Your opening comments in the last two P-W 's

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    Penny-Wise, Vol. 36, No. 1 (208)

    15/1/2002

    Highlight: 31-L Part 54: Maris 32-T, 33-U, 34-J, 35-W & 37-J New Study of the Edge Lump on 1825 Haif Cents Newman, Tom. letter to Internet Noel. Franklin “The Portland Penny " exhibitor letter to Internet Note of Thanks; Bland Note of Thanks; Forster Note of Thanks; Roeiofs 15-18 102-109 171-175 232-236 285-290 32-37 351 145-155 186 265 53-55 58-59 203 Noyes, Bill “State of the Union, Uhht Copper Message" 251-255 response on Internet 351 response, Anderson 346-347 response; Eckberg 385-387 response; Ward 336-338 Noyes photo project /DVD presentation at West Coast meeting 195. 381 NumiStudy CD. Joining Technology and Coins comments on Internet review; Demeo obituaries and death notices Chris Schwerdt Herb Silberman; Smith officers directory 2, 76, 140, 226, 274, 364 Original Mintages of the Classic

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